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US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jul 21, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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Specialty Leader: Internal Medicine Capt. Andrew Lin discusses why he joined the Navy and the opportunities in the Navy Medicine Medical Corps
Topics: Medical Corps, internal medicine
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Jul 17, 2020 NATO Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit's WHISKEY Company
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Chief's Corner HMCS(FMF) Cameron Wink CO's Message: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness By Captain Merrick Motivator of the Month HM3 Gaston Yescas Patient Administration SAILORS OF THE MONTH Meet the Team: CDR Philip Self, MC, USNR NOSC: Oklahoma City, OK Role 3 MMU: Intensive Care Unit Inpatient Internal Medicine Physician Meet the Team: HM2(FMF) Jesse John, USN Permanent Duty Station: NMRTC Guam Role 3 MMU: Emergency Department General Duty Corpsman Meet the Team: HM3 Wesley Alden,...
Topics: Hospital Corps, Nurse Corps, Medical Corps, Afghanistan
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Jul 15, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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by André Sobocinski On April 4th Navy Medicine deployed a Special Psychiatric Rapid Intervention Team (SPRINT) to Guam to provide psychological first aid to the Sailors of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, who were impacted by an outbreak of COVID-19 on the ship. This was the first time in the 40-plus years of SPRINT deployments that the team mobilized in response to a disease outbreak.
Topics: mental health, coronavirus, covid-19, history of medicine
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Jul 15, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic Navy Medicine has continually adapted to meet the evolving nature of this infectious disease. One example is the historic deployment of Naval Hospital Jacksonville’s Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF)-Mike (M). On March 30, 2020, EMF-M answered the nation’s call and did what no expeditionary hospital had done previously—deploy to five stateside locations simultaneously and in support of a pandemic response.
Topics: history of medicine, NH Jacksonville, coronavirus, covid-19
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Jul 14, 2020 U.S. Army. Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
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Research from the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) shows that it is not unusual for Soldiers to encounter teammates experiencing an acute stress reaction during combat. In one survey, for example, 45% of Soldiers reported witnessing a team member exhibit so much stress that the individual was unable to function for a period of time. During high-intensity conflicts, acute stress reactions have the potential to compromise unit effectiveness. WRAIR is testing a solution: iCOVER....
Topics: stress, mental health, training, military medicine, acute stress reaction
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Jul 14, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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 CDR Tom Douglas, Orthopedics Specialty, discusses joining the Navy and practicing medicine.
Topics: orthopedics, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Medical Corps
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Jul 14, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Matthew Tadlock, Trauma Surgery Specialty, talks about joining Navy medicine and finding his specialty.
Topics: surgery, trauma, military medicine, war
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Sean McKay, Pulmonary Critical Care talks about joining the Navy, and practicing his specialty.
Topics: cardiology, pulmonology, Medical Corps
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Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Jeffrey Millegan, Psychiatry Specialty, discusses joining the Navy and practicing medicine.
Topics: psychiatry, mental health, Medical Corps
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Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Robert Sheu, Physical Medicine And Rehabilitation specialty, discusses joining the Medical Corps and working in Navy medicine.
Topics: Medical Corps, Septermber 11 terrorism, flight surgeon, 9/11, physical medicine, physical therapy
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Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CAPT Edmund Milder, pediatrics specialty, discusses joining Navy medicine and working in pediatrics.
Topics: pediatrics, children
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Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Shannon Lamb, OB/GYN Specialty, discusses joining the Navy and the obstetrics and gynecology fields.
Topics: Medical Corps, obstetrics, gynecology, women's health
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Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Wendy Mancuso, Neurology specialty, discusses the program.
Topics: neurology, Medical Corps
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Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Jay Choe, Intern Program Specialty Leader, discusses the program.
Topics: Medical Corps, training
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Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CAPT Michael Shusko, Director for Global Health Engagement discusses Navy Medicine's program.
Topics: humanitarian assistance, Medical Corps
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Jul 13, 2020 U.S. Navy. Navy Medicine Professional Development Center (NMPDC)'s Visual Information Directorate
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UNITED STATES 07.09.2020 Video by Todd D Folts Visual Information Directorate - NMPDC Subscribe4 One Sailor describes his experience of donating plasma to help in the fight against COVID-19 Date Taken: 07.09.2020 Date Posted: 07.10.2020 06:51 Category: PSA Video ID: 759269 VIRIN: 200709-D-NG609-005 PIN: 200031 Filename: DOD_107891990 Length: 00:01:19 Location: US
Topics: coronavirus, covid-19, blood donation
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Jul 9, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CAPT Eric Stedje-Larsen talks about his experiences in the Medical Corps.
Topics: pain, anesthesia
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Jul 9, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Josephine Nguyen describes her career in Navy Medicine.
Topics: dermatology, Medical Corps
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Jul 9, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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CDR Robert Krause discusses his career in Navy Medicine.
Topics: aviation medicine, aerospace medicine, space
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Jul 6, 2020 U.S. Navy. Dental Corps
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Congratulations & Bravo Zulu NAVAL POSTGRADUATE DENTAL SCHOOL CLASS OF 2020
Topics: Dentistry, Dental Corps
By Douglas Stutz, Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Bremerton I am Lt. Shanece Washington, Navy Medical Service Corps officer and Occupational Audiologist, Regional Hearing Conservation Program Manager, and Command Managed Equal Opportunity Program Manager at Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC) Bremerton. Washington has been in the Navy for four years and is originally from Colorado Springs, Colo. and Rampart High School 2004-2008. She is a graduate from University...
Topics: Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command (NMRTC) Bremerton, audiology, Navy Medicine Live blog
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jul 1, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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“I am Lt. Daniel Murrish, Laboratory department head, assigned to Navy Medicine and Readiness Training Command Cherry Point (NMRTCCP), N.C.” Murrish was recently selected as NMRTCCP’s Officer of the Year for calendar year 2019. While assigned to Cherry Point, Murrish has developed an Officer Mentorship Program with input from executive leadership to optimize availability and awareness of useful career resources among naval officers onboard Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point. Murrish...
Topics: Navy Medicine Live blog, Medical Service Corps, Navy Medicine and Readiness Training Command Cherry...
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Jul 1, 2020 U.S. Navy. Nurse Corps
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A Message From the Surgeon General Bruce L. Gillingham, MD, CPE, AOA RADM, MC, USN Surgeon General, U.S. Navy Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Director’s Reflection and Farewell Tina Davidson, RDML, NC Director, Nurse Corps Incoming Director’s Reflection Cynthia Kuehner, CAPT, NC Incoming Director, Nurse Corps RADM Riggs’ Expresses Gratitude and Appreciation Mary Riggs, RADM, NC Deputy Director, Reserve Component Nurse Corps Response to Covid-19 The Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) Role...
Topics: coronavirus, covid-19, nursing, Nurse Corps, USNS Mercy, USNS Comfort, EMF-Mike and EMF-Bethesda,...
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Jul 1, 2020 U.S. Navy Office of Information
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The US Navy COVID-19 Leaders' Handbook will arm naval leaders at all levels with key information to educate their teams on the threat, provide data informed risk prevention and mitigation procedures, and distill key high level guidance so that we thrive within the COVID-19 environment.
Topics: coronavirus, covid-19, military medicine
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jun 30, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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July is Summer Safety Month August is Prevention Month Blue H Update DOD Campaigns Release Overview Videos Decreasing Stress through Exercise Using Good Nutrition to Fuel a Healthy Immune System Deployment Readiness Education for Service Women (DRES) Handbook Fish Tacos: Microwave Summer Food at it’s best!
Topics: nutrition, covid-19, coronavirus, recipes
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jun 29, 2020 U.S. Defense Health Agency
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06.25.2020 Video by Scott Forsgren Military Health System Have you recovered from COVID-19, or tested positive for antibodies? Consider donating convalescent plasma. To learn how, go to https://www.militaryblood.dod.mil/ Date Taken: 06.25.2020 Date Posted: 06.25.2020 11:27 Category: Package Video ID: 757331 VIRIN: 200625-A-AB123-001 Filename: DOD_107867937 Length: 00:01:02 Location: US
Topics: covid-19 coronavirus, convalescent plasma, blood donation
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Jun 29, 2020 U.S. Navy. Department of the Navy Human Research Protection Program
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Together We Create, Grow, Achieve & Thrive Conducting Human Subject Research During Disasters; Key Strategies to Consider by Chidima Ioanou and Derek Englis CDR Svec Assumes Director, DON HRPP Position Director's Corner Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) History Panel 2 by Andre Sobocinski
Topics: racism, discrimination, COVID-19, coronavirus, Naval Medical Research Center, history of medicine,...
Program with abstracts and judge biographies for the dental research competition. On 19-20 May 2020, the Naval Postgraduate Dental School held their annual Research Symposium, for the first time in a virtual format. The International College of Dentists sponsored the annual Research Award competition. Winners were announced at the (virtual) NPDS graduation ceremony held 05 June 2020. This year’s winners: 1st Place LCDR Kerry B. Baumann (Oral Pathology) "Distribution of Human Tongue...
Topics: dentistry, endodontics, cancer, therapy dogs, pathology
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jun 25, 2020 U.S. Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
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How Much Fiber Do You Need? How Fast Should You Lose Weight? Melanoma/Skin Cancer National Mental Health Awareness Month
Topics: nutrition, mental health, skin cancer, melanoma
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Jun 24, 2020 NATO Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit's WHISKEY Company
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Newsletter for Afghanistan military hospital. Table of Contents Whiskey Rotation after the reenlistment of HM2 Bernardez at Camp McGregor, NM. CORDON SANITAIRE CAPT M. J. Merrick CHIEFS' CORNER Cameron Wink HMCS (FMF) Senior Enlisted Advisor, Role 3 MMU, WHISKEY Rotation PROMOTIONS + REENLISTMENTS Motivator of the Month: HM2 Renardo Reid Whiskey Rotation Unit Patch LA Trauma, a Corpsman’s Take by HM3 James V. Writer Jr. How to Play the Game by LCDR Kimberly Kelley, MD Sailor in the Spotlight...
Topics: Fort Bliss, COVID-19, Navy Trauma Training Center. quarantine, Afghanistan, NATO, Nurse Corps,...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Jun 24, 2020 NATO Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit's WHISKEY Company
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Newsletter for Afghanistan military hospital. Table of Contents COHORT FIVE CAPT M. J. MERRICK CHIEFS’ CORNER Cameron Wink HMCS(FMF) Senior Enlisted Advisor, Role 3 MMU, WHISKEY Rotation Chief of Trauma Earns Prestigious Award Motivator of the Month: HN Harlie Valdez Douglas Horneman, CDR, MSC, USNR. Dept Head, Role 3 MMU Laboratory. Whiskey Sailors in the Spotlight Name: HM3(FMF) Robert V. Brophy, USN Name: HM2(SW/AW) Justin T. Drumheller, USN Name: Geneva Wilson, LT, NC, USNR Name: Sherry...
Topics: Fort Bliss, COVID-19, quarantine, Afghanistan, NATO, Nurse Corps, Medical Corps, Medical Service...
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Jun 22, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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By Bruce L. Gillingham, MD, CPE, FAOA RADM, MC, USN Surgeon General, U.S. Navy Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Updated information about about what we have learned so far, as of 16 June 2020, about COVID-19 including how it spreads and it's effects if you become infected.
Topics: covid-19, coronavirus
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Jun 22, 2020 NATO Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit's WHISKEY Company
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Newsletter for Afghanistan hospital. Table of Contents 2 Chiefs’ Corner "We are here at the Role 3 Multinational Medical Unit (MMU) and the Sailors are already making a huge impact!" Cameron Wink HMCS(FMF) Command Senior Enlisted Advisor 3 An Executive Tale By Captain Jeff Klinger, Executive Officer Happy Birthday Hospital Corps! HM2 Rastall asked me to tell the story of how I began my career as a Corpsman, so here we go... 4-5 sailors in the spotlight Meet the team: LT Michele...
Topics: Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT), gay rights, Hospital Corps, Afghanistan
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Jun 18, 2020 U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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06.18.2020 Story by André Sobocinski U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Before news broke about the contagion aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt, a two-person team from Naval Medical Preventive Medicine Unit (NEPMU) No. 5 was already onboard supporting novel coronavirus surveillance efforts. When the first case of COVID was suspected aboard USS Kidd, an Environmental Health Officer (EHO) from NEPMU-5 was in constant communication with the ship’s Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC), providing...
Topics: COVID-19, coronavirus, NEPMU-5
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Jun 8, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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By André B. Sobocinski, Historian, BUMED For almost as long as there has been a Hospital Corps there has existed a school charged with imparting the values, traditions and requisite tools to prospective corpsmen. On June 18, 1914, the Navy established the Hospital Corps School at the Naval Training Station in Newport, R.I. Although not the Navy’s first foray into training corpsmen, this school represents the start of an unbroken commitment to training corpsmen which continues to this day at...
Topics: Navy Medicine Live blog, Hospital Corps, history of medicine, training
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Jun 4, 2020 US Department of Defense Media Center - Japan
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20-0081-1393 Covid Contact Tracing Noir 05.08.2020 Video by Senior Airman Trevor Gordnier Media Center - Japan A spot detailing what you should put in your contact tracing journal and who it applies to, with a Detective Noir setting. Date Taken: 05.08.2020 Date Posted: 05.11.2020 02:14 Category: Package Video ID: 752097 VIRIN: 200508-F-YU621-001 Filename: DOD_107808648 Length: 00:01:11 Location: JP
Topics: COVID-19, coronavirus, film noir
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Jun 4, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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20-0081-1392 Basic Information on COVID19 Contact Tracing Process in the U.S. Navy. 06.03.2020 Video by Oscar Sosa U.S. Navy 200603-N-NO101-0001 WASHINGTON (June 3, 2020) What is Contact Tracing and How Can I Help? Some of the questions answered in this intro to contact tracing for COVID-19 in the Navy. Produced by the Visual Information Directorate, Bethesda, MD. [featuring CDR Tai Do, MC, USN, Public Health Emergency Officer] (U.S. Navy Video) Date Taken: 06.03.2020 Date Posted: 06.04.2020...
Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19
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Jun 1, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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By André B. Sobocinski, Historian, BUMED Long before the appearance of the first white-hulled hospital ships, the Navy employed an assortment of vessels to meet the need of hospitalization at sea. Among the lesser known, and perhaps most unique, was a sailing ship commissioned in the age of steam called USS Idaho. Though originally conceived as a warship, the Navy now employed her as a combination hospital-supply ship. Idaho was fitted as a 50-bed hospital by the Naval Hospital and Laboratory...
Topics: Navy Medicine Live blog, hospital ship, history of medicine, USS Idaho.
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Jun 1, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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Mr. Anthony J. Carotenuto The pandemic has changed our lives and forced us to consider personal hygiene more now than ever. With hand washing techniques being broadcasted through every medium, it begs the question — what is the best and most cost effective soap to buy? According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the science does not show that antibacterial soaps are any better at preventing illness than washing with plain soap and water. The FDA goes even further and has said...
Topics: bacteria, virus, COVID-19, coronavirus
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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May brings the beginning of mosquito season in many locations making it a great time to revisit your mosquito bite and disease prevention plans. Mosquitoes are not only a nuisance but can also be a public health threat. West Nile virus, Zika virus and malaria are a few of the well-known diseases transmitted by mosquitoes and there are many more illnesses spread by these blood-seeking insects. Check out the rest of this Quick Hit to learn what you need to know about mosquitoes, bite prevention...
Topics: West Nile virus, Zika virus, malaria, dengue
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Focused on improving access to health and wellness resources, the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center’s (NMCPHC) health promotion and wellness (HPW) department launched a new interactive map in January 2018. This tool was designed with the health and readiness of service members and their families in mind. The user friendly HPW Interactive Map allows users to locate health and wellness resources in their local area within a 20-mile radius. Whether searching for a local military...
Topics: military medicine, public health
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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We’re all familiar with Tuberculosis (TB) tests. Before you went back to school, started your first job or entered the Navy or Marine Corps, you were required to get tested for TB. Most likely, you never ended up having TB. So, why is it such a big deal? In this quick hit, we have compiled key information on what you need to know about TB and why prevention is important to protect yourself and the people around you from this unexpected disease.
Topics: tuberculosis, vaccination, infectious disease
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Yellow fever (YF) is transmitted by the bite of infected female mosquitoes. The disease occurs in tropical and subtropical areas of Africa and South America. Seasonal transmission varies in the different continents. In Africa, it is highest at the end of the rainy season through the beginning of the dry season, which usually takes place between July and October each year. In South America, the risk is highest during the region’s rainy season which is usually between January and May. According...
Topics: yellow fever, tropical medicine, entomology
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Diabetes is a condition where your body does not make enough insulin or does not use it correctly. Insulin is a hormone that helps the body turn sugar, or glucose, into energy. When it is not used, glucose stays in your blood stream and can cause high blood sugar. If not managed properly, it can lead to health problems over time such as vision loss, heart disease, kidney disease and much more. Start your journey today to prevent, delay and control!
Topic: diabetes
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center's (NMCPHC) health promotion and wellness (HPW) department has launched the Chronic Condition Health Education Toolbox. This toolbox is designed to improve access to health and wellness resources for the health education of service members, retired military and their families. This site is an easy-to-use, efficient way for patients and providers to find and share information on cholesterol, diabetes, healthy weight, high blood pressure and tobacco...
Topics: cholesterol, diabetes, nutrition, blood pressure, tobacco, smoking
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Change is an expected part of life, but that does not mean it’s always easy to deal with. A permanent change of station can make life even harder on military personnel and their families. If you are in transition, do not let stress overwhelm you. Check out these tips to help you take the stress out of a PCS!
Topic: stress
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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“School’s out for the summer,” which means it’s the time of year for warm weather, family vacations and many celebrations. As you soak up the sun and good vibes, it’s important to continue thinking about your safety and the safety of those around you. Nothing dampers a good time like a serious injury or accident. Tune into NMCPHC’s summer safelist for tips and resources that will help you stay safe this season.
Topic: safety
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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There are many road hazards you might face while driving. Be it bad weather, road work or bumper to bumper traffic, and there are things you may do that can make these hazards worse. Impaired driving can include many things but is often characterized by drinking and driving. However, it can also be the result of taking medication that makes you fatigued or simply driving without the proper amount of rest. It is up to you to make the responsible decision on when you are able to drive, legally...
Topics: alcoholism, alcohol abuse
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Influenza, or the flu, is a viral illness characterized by the sudden onset of fever, respiratory symptoms, and fatigue. Influenza season in the United States typically peaks in January and February, but can begin as early as October. While most people infected with the influenza virus recover quickly, complications can lead to more severe disease presentation and extended illness. The military training and shipboard environments are particular areas of concern with regards to disease spread...
Topics: influenza, vaccination
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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The road to the holidays can be riddled with potholes and traffic jams, but with proper planning you can map your way to holiday fitness. While your destination may change from time to time, the winter holiday season happens at the same time each year. Don't let them take you or your waistline by surprise! Check out our favorite tips for staying on track during the holiday hustle and bustle, and create your own strategy to avoid overindulging or getting stuck in a rut this season.
Topic: nutrition
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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The turn of a new year is a popular time to make changes for eating healthier. Whether you're choosing the right strategy or trying to cut calories, starting a new eating routine can be tricky. Luckily for you, we've taken out the guess work and busted a few common food myths to help you start strong on the journey to healthier eating.
Topic: nutrition
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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February is the time of year when cupid shows up and you suddenly start seeing hearts everywhere. Red hearts, pink hearts even black hearts for those that are anti-Valentine's Day. While it's fun to celebrate this holiday that is all about love and hearts, the heart you should be focusing on is the one inside our body. February, which is also American Heart Month, is the perfect time to check in on your heart health. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. In the...
Topics: heart disease, coronary artery disease (CAD).
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Exposure to eye health hazards can happen anywhere, especially in the workplace, where you can be exposed to fire, intense light and debris. Damage to your eyes and vision can have a severe impact on mission readiness, as well as effects on life outside of work.
Topics: ophthalmology, industrial hygiene
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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You go to the gym to get stronger physically, visit health care providers and eat a balanced diet to strengthen your body against injuries and illnesses, and spend time relaxing or with friends to improve your mental health. However, we often forget the most important thing- getting enough sleep. In 2017, 39% of active duty Sailors and 41% of active duty Marines who responded to the Navy's health risk assessment reported not getting enough sleep suggesting that sleep is a widespread and long...
Topic: sleep
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Summer is officially underway! For many, this is the most enjoyable time of the year. From picnics and vacations to sporting events and pool parties, it means spending time outdoors. Before you head out for a day full of fun, check out our list below to make sure you are keeping yourself and your family safe this summer.
Topic: public health
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Heat stress injuries have a negative impact on combat readiness. Pushing through these injuries by "being tougher" could put you at risk for life-threatening injuries. Factors such as direct sunlight, humidity and improper clothing can lead to heat stress injuries. Symptoms of heat stress injuries, such as decreased sweating and confusion, vary and should be monitored closely.
Topics: Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke, Heat Syncope, Heat Cramps, Heat Rash, prickly Heat"
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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With so many misconceptions regarding influenza (flu) and the vaccine, it can be hard to find the right information. We've answered the most common questions to help you prepare for the upcoming flu season.
Topics: influenza, vaccination, immunization
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May 28, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Military life can present many stressors and challenges for Sailors, Marines and their loved ones such as deployments, separation from family and even everyday duties. Learning how to positively cope with these stressors can improve your psychological health and reduce the risk of suicide, which is often associated with relationship and work problems. Knowing the warning signs and how to provide assistance can help service members, their friends and families, and leadership address...
Topic: suicide
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
May 26, 2020 U.S. Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
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COVID-19 Got You Cooking at Home? Tips For Better Sleep Mindfulness HEALTHY WEIGHT Oral Cancer Awareness Social Distancing - But What Does That Mean?
Topics: nutrition, COVID-19, Oral Cancer, mindfulness, sleep
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May 26, 2020 U.S. Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
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Eat More, Weigh Less? Save Your Vision Brain Injury Awareness What is Colorectal Cancer?
Topics: traumatic brain injury, nutrition, optometry, Colorectal Cancer
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May 13, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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The DRES Handbook includes information on healthy practices and available resources to support service women’s healthcare needs and challenges before and during deployment The DRES Handbook was written by Navy Medicine providers across the Navy and Marine Corps to provide easily accessible, comprehensive, and unbiased health education to service women across the force. The goal of the DRES Handbook is to equip service women with the knowledge they need to effectively understand their bodies,...
Topics: women's health, gynecology, obstetrics, military medicine, mental health
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
May 4, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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By André B. Sobocinski, Historian, BUMED *** The Navy’s South Atlantic Squadron arrived in Rio de Janeiro in 1894 just as a deadly disease epidemic hit the city. To protect the crews, the shipboard surgeons—immersed in the principles of naval hygiene—issued a series of strict sanitary guidelines. For months the Squadron remained in port and yet almost entirely free of disease. Commodore J. Rufus Tryon, the Surgeon General of the Navy, lauded it as triumph for Navy Medicine and advocated...
Topics: Navy Medicine Live blog, history of medicine, quarantine, infectious disease
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
May 1, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Health Promotion and Wellness in the time of Coronavirus May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month Making Time For Fitness Sleep and Fitness June is Men’s Health Month Responsible Drinking During COVID-19 Creating a Healthy Mindset During a Pandemic Welcome Dr. Francis Obuseh! U.S. Surgeon General Releases New Report on Smoking Cessation HPV Vaccine Age Limit Raised by FDA to Age 45
Topics: COVID-19, coronavirus, Marine Corps, smoking, HPV, vaccination, tobacco, vaping
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
May 1, 2020 U.S. Navy. Nurse Corps
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Director’s Message: Compassionate Nursing Care During COVID-19 Tina Davidson, RDML, NC Director, Navy Nurse Corps Reserve Spotlight: Reserves on the Forefront of COVID-19 Mary Riggs, RADM, NC Deputy Director Reserve Component USNS Mercy and USNS Comfort COVID-19 Support COVID-19 Toolbox: Resources for Navy Nurses Specialty Leader Symposium Richard Lawrence, CAPT, NC Assistant Director Policy & Practice Specialty Leader Update: Medical Surgical Nursing (1910) Tuesday Adams, LCDR, USN 1910...
Topics: nursing, COVID-19, coronavirus, Marine Corps, telemedicine, NH Pensacola, Walter Reed National...
Battle Rhythm: The Navy's Fight Against COVID-19 04.24.2020 Video by Austin Rooney U.S. Navy Scientists at the Naval Medical Research Center are conducting crucial research into mitigation the pathogens of today, such as COVID-19, as well as those we may face in the future. U.S. Navy video by Mr. Austin Rooney Date Taken: 04.24.2020 Date Posted: 04.24.2020 16:51 Category: Video Productions Video ID: 749430 VIRIN: 200424-N-RT381-0001 Filename: DOD_107786446 Length: 00:07:51 Location: US
Topics: Naval Medical Research Center, NMRC, COVID-19, coronavirus, vaccination, immunization
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Apr 21, 2020 U.S. Navy. Navy Medicine Professional Development Center (NMPDC)'s Visual Information Directorate
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3D MEDICAL APPLICATIONS CENTER: Overview 06.01.2019 Video by Stacey Wyzykowski Navy Medicine Professional Development Center (NMPDC) Visual Information Directorate An overview of the center’s 3D digital printing technology capabilities used to provide medical specifics models and devices: implants, medical simulators, custom implants, surgical guides, orthotics, prosthetic devices, and patient based anatomical models for virtual treatment planning and research. An asset that positively...
Topics: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, hospital, #D printing, implants, medical simulators,...
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Apr 21, 2020 U.S. Navy. Navy Medicine Professional Development Center (NMPDC)'s Visual Information Directorate
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What is Walter Reed Bethesda BETHESDA, MD, UNITED STATES 05.31.2019 Video by Todd Dorsey, Thomas Ferguson, Eric Hughes, Nicole McFarland, Tristan Miller and Michael Reilly Visual Information Directorate - NMPDC Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, located in Bethesda, Md., provides a variety of services to the military, veterans and their families. (U.S. Navy video by Nicole McFarland, Todd Dorsey, Eric Hughes, Tristan Miller, Michael Reilly, Thomas Ferguson, and Dean Giamette) CLEARED...
Topics: Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, hospital
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 21, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Be Safe and SMART When Making Changes in the New Year February is Heart Health Month: Rethinking Current Habits CDC Heart Disease Quiz Diabetes Standards of Care Now Includes Heart Disease SHARPNews: Syphilis Spike in October 2019 Syphilis Prevention: New Year’s Resolutions NOFFS & the NEW YEAR! NOFFS at NASA! Latest In Musculoskeletal (MSK) Injury Prevention and Readiness 2020 NMCPHC Conference: HPW Track Looking Great! Influenza and Military Readiness New CDC data and Strategies for...
Topics: pediatrics, nutrition, recipe, diabetes, cardiology, syphilis
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 21, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Women’s Health Month: Whole Body Care Trick or Treat Safety: How to Safely Enjoy the Halloween Holiday Exercising Outdoors in the Fall: Watch out for the Falling Leaves Navy Physical Readiness Program (PRP) (N170B): Updates and Answers to Frequently Asked Questions The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Investigates Severe Lung Illness: E-Cigarettes May be the Cause It’s Time for Pumpkin Training and Events Newsletter and Webinar Updates HPW Stakeholder Webinars: Upcoming 2019...
Topics: vaping, women's health, smoking, nutrition
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 21, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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November is Tobacco Free Living Month November Events New Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity lnfographic December is Impaired Driving Prevention Month DoD Launches New Responsible Drinking Campaign Beware of the "Health Halo" Effect Holiday Health: Strategies to Minimize Weight Gain 10 Steps to Increase Physical Activity during the Holiday Season Injury Prevention Tips Holiday Wish List = Healthy and Fit 2020 Microwave Cooking Series: Spinach Souffle HPW Stakeholder Webinars:...
Topics: nutrition, alcohol abuse, tobacco, smoking, recipe
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 21, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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Ten Safety Tips for This Fourth of July Exercise Programs to Prevent Gestational Hypertension Legislation Proposed to Raise Tobacco Age from 18 to 21 NMCPHC Presents at the 2019 World Federation of Athletic Training and Therapy (WFATT) World Congress in Tokyo, Japan Diabetes Education: Facts on Who Can Teach Spread Your Word: Call for Articles Keep Your Produce Safe This Summer Training and Events HPW Stakeholder Webinars: Upcoming 2019 Schedule Summertime Spaghetti Squash Salad
Topics: public health, diabetes, obstetrics, hypertension, tobacco, smoking, recipe, sports medicine
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 21, 2020 U.S. Navy. 2nd Fleet
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NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES 04.16.2020 Video by Petty Officer 1st Class Scott Bigley Commander, U.S. 2nd Fleet 18 200418-N-LL146-3001 NEW YORK (April 18, 2020) – Cmdr. Derek Foeschler is the lead anesthesiologist aboard the hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20). Comfort cares for critical and non-critical patients without regard for their COVID-19 status. Comfort is working with the Javits New York Medical Station as an integrated system to relieve the New York City medical system, in support...
Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19, anesthesia, hospital ship, USNS Comfort (T-AH 20)
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 13, 2020 U.S. Navy
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Protect the Force and Preserve War Fighting Readiness To mitigate spread of the COVID-19 virus once discovered within a command, deployable units shall adhere to the following guidance and consider incorporating it into their standing afloat CBRN instruction. This guidance does not restrict Fleet, TYCOM, and Operational Commanders from issuing more specific guidance to units within their respective areas of responsibility. Force protection (Crew safety) is job #1 - IDENTIFY, ISOLATE, CONTAIN,...
Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19, preventive medicine
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 13, 2020 U.S. Navy
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OUR MISSION Protect the health of our force - Sailors, Civilians, and Contractors - and their families Minimize spread of the virus Maintain warfighting readiness Preserve Force Generation Capability to meet global mission sets
Topics: COVID-19, coronavirus, preventive medicine
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 10, 2020 U.S. Navy. 3rd Fleet.
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DOD 107760759 04.08.2020 Video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Abigayle Lutz Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet 200408-N-FK318-1001 LOS ANGELES (April 8, 2020) Video multimedia piece on the hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). Mercy deployed in support of the nation's COVID-19 response efforts, and will serve as a referral hospital for non-COVID-19 patients currently admitted to shore-based hospitals. This allows shore base hospitals to focus their efforts on COVID-19 cases. One of the Department of Defense's...
Topics: USNS Mercy (T-AH19), hospital ship, coronavirus, COVID-19
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 8, 2020 U.S. Navy. 3rd Fleet
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LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES 04.05.2020 Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Jacob L Greenberg Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet LOS ANGELES (April 5, 2020) A virtual tour of hospital ship USNS Mercy’s (T-AH 19) dental department. Mercy deployed in support of the nation's COVID-19 response efforts, and will serve as a referral hospital for non-COVID-19 patients currently admitted to shore-based hospitals. This allows shore base hospitals to focus their efforts on COVID-19 cases. One of the Department...
Topics: dentistry, COVID-19, coronavirus, USNS Mercy (T-AH19), hospital ship
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 8, 2020 U.S. Navy. 3rd Fleet
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DOD 107755899 LOS ANGELES, UNITED STATES 04.04.2020 Video by Petty Officer 2nd Class Abigayle Lutz Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet 200404-N-FK318-2001 LOS ANGELES (April 4, 2020) Video multimedia piece on Ensign Patrick Coyle, a native of Tampa, Fla., aboard the hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19). Mercy deployed in support of the nation's COVID-19 response efforts, and will serve as a referral hospital for non-COVID-19 patients currently admitted to shore-based hospitals. This allows shore base...
Topics: coronavirus, hospital ship, USNS Mercy (T-AH 19(, COVID-19
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Apr 2, 2020 U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
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Editor’s note: Rear Adm. Bruce Gillingham, Navy surgeon general and chief, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, provided the following opening remarks to the House Committee Appropriations , subcommittee on Defense during a hearing Mar 5, 2020 on Military Health System reform and readiness. Remarks as delivered by Rear Adm. Bruce Gillingham
Topics: Navy Medicine Live blog, Congressional testimony
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 30, 2020 U.S. Navy 2nd Fleet
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Sailors Aboard USNS Comfort Prepare to Deploy NORFOLK, VA, UNITED STATES 03.28.2020 Video by Petty Officer 1st Class Scott Bigley  Commander, U.S. 2nd Fleet     200327-N-LL146-2201 Sailors aboard the hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) prepare to deploy in support of the nation’s COVID-19 response efforts and will serve as a referral hospital for non-COVID-19 patients currently admitted to shore-based hospitals. This allows shore-based hospitals to focus their efforts on COVID-19 cases....
Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19, hospital ship, USNS Comfort (T-AH20)
Issue  The first two cases of MERS-CoV infection detected in the United States, identified in healthcare workers returning from Saudi Arabia, were reported to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in May 2014. NAVMED clinicians and public health authorities should maintain a high index of suspicion to consider MERS-CoV infection in travelers from the Arabian Peninsula and neighboring countries.  As of 9 May 2014, 536 laboratory confirmed cases of MERS-CoV, including 145...
Topic: Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV)
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 26, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates  Tobacco Free Living Toolbox  Norovirus Outbreak – Stop the Spread  Occupational Health Provider Coding Guide  NMCPHC Newsletter – Summer 2017  DRSi Newsletter: The Reporter Public Health in the News  Public Health Center Hosts First-Ever Occupational and Environmental Medicine Fundamentals Course – DVIDS  Connected Corpsmen in the Community Expands Care to Service Members in Pensacola – DVIDS  NHGB Prepares for Flu Season with Active Duty Shot...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, smoking, influenza, tobacco, norovirus
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 26, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates  Women’s Health Toolbox  2017-2018 Influenza Surveillance Advisory  EpiData Center 2016 Surveillance Summaries  The History of Tobacco  Quick Hit – Preparing for the Unexpected  BUMED Guidance – Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention  DRSi Newsletter: The Reporter Public Health in the News  Promoting Public Health through Mobile Community Health Fairs – Navy.mil  New School Year, Same Risk: Don’t Forget the Sunscreen – Health.mil  Getting...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, smoking, influenza, tobacco, lead poisoning, women's...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 26, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC News Public Health in the News MHS Rolls Out New Electronic Record at Four Sites The Military Health System deployed its new electronic health care record at four medical sites belonging to the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Air Force and the U.S. Army.  Norfolk-based USS Bataan, Helicopters Provide Aid to Bahamas The Norfolk-based amphibious assault ship USS Bataan and a locally-based helicopter squadron have been providing assistance to the hurricane-ravaged Bahamas for days.  Navy Seeking to...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, NMC Camp Lejeune
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 26, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter • Health Promotion and Wellness August Newsletter • Health Promotion and Wellness Preventive Health Toolbox • Public Health Center Holds Change of Command • Quick Hit - Summer Safety Checklist Public Health in the News • USNS Comfort Completes Medical Mission in Peru - Health.mil • Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune takes home 12 patient satisfaction Best of the Best Awards - Globe.com • Naval Medical Center San Diego Receives...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, NMC Camp Lejeune, sleep, men's health, USNH Comfort...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 26, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter • NMCPHC Update -Spring 2019 Newsletter • Health Promotion and Wellness Men's Health Toolbox • Quick Hit-Go to Bed, Doctor's Orders Public Health in the News • Hospital Ship to Depart Norfolk for Medical Mission -Southcom.mil • Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center Announces Release of Navy Surgeon General Blue H Award Winners - DVIDS • Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Partners with Lenior Community College For National Stop...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, NMC Camp Lejeune, sleep, men's health, USNH Comfort...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 26, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter • Health Promotion and Wellness Sexual Health Toolbox • Health Promotion and Wellness April Newsletter Public Health in the News • Facility Therapy Dog Deals Out Morale Boosts at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune - Navy.mil • Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center releases "The Truth About Tobacco" Dynamic Slideshow - DVIDS • USNS Mercy Hosts Dutch Ambassador to the United States - DVIDS NMCPHC Upcoming Training &...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, smoking, USNH Mercy (T-AH19), hospital
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 26, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter • Health Promotion and Wellness Healthy Eating Toolbox • NMCPHC Update - Winter 2018-2019 Newsletter • Quick Hit- Workplace Safety? Say Eye! Public Health in the News • DoD Recognizes Brain Injury Awareness Month ... - Health.mil • Mobile App Aids 'Truly Informed' Contraception Conversations Between Patients, Providers - Health.mil • Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit Five Kicks Off Sailor 360 Program - DVIDS • New...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, contraception, Traumatic Brain Injury
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 26, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter • Health Promotion and Wellness Healthy Weight toolbox • Health Promotion and Wellness February newsletter • Quick Hit - New Year. New Plate Public Health in the News • Got Resolution? Naval Hospital Bremerton Health Promotion and Wellness Can Help - DVIDS • Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune Recognizes Trauma Center with Ribbon Cutting - DVIDS • Suicide Prevention: Eliminating the Stigma - Health.mil • Weight Loss More than Food...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, suicide, NH Bremerton
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • Blue H - Navy Surgeon General's Health Promotion and Wellness Award • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter • H PW Factsheet - Don't Get Wrecked! • Impaired Driving Prevention Toolbox • Quick Hit - Diabetes: Prevent, Delay and Control Public Health in the News • Combat Holiday Blues, Fight Stress With Helpful Hints From ACS - Health.mil • Navy hospital ship Comfort returns after treating Venezuelan migrants - NavyTimes.com • Navy Medicine East names 2018 Regional...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, stress, diabetes
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • Tobacco Free Living Toolbox • Quick Hit - The Road to Holiday Fitness • HPW Factsheet - Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors to Prevent Prediabetes from Becoming Type 2 Diabetes • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter Public Health in the News • The Time is Now: Be Tobacco-Free - DVIDS • Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit Five Sailors Partner with Local Elementary School in Support of Red Ribbon Week - DVIDS • Women and Depression - Health.mil NMCPHC Upcoming...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, smoking, women's health, depression, diabetes
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • Women's Health Toolbox • Quick Hit - Seasonal Influenza • Get the Message on Women's Health • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter Public Health in the News • Smoking in Disguise: Electronic Smoking Devices Labeled 'Healthy' Can Be Misleading - Health.mil • Navy Entomologists Team Up to Build Disease Detection Capacity in Honduras - DVIDS • Say 'Shoo' to the flu with TRICARE - Health.mil NMCPHC Upcoming Training & Conferences • DRSi Webinar • Health Promotion...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, smoking, influenza, TRICARE
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • Mental Health and Suicide Prevention • Preventive Medicine Unit Holds Change of Charge Ceremony • NMCPHC HPW Newsletter September 2018 • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter Public Health in the News • Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS) - Navy.mil • Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit Five Sailors Clean Up Local Bay - dvidshub.net • Malaria Candidate Vaccine Proves Effective - Navy.mil NMCPHC Upcoming Training & Conferences • November 1...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, suicide
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates • Preventive Health Toolbox • Quick Hit - Summer Safelist • NMCPHC Health Promotion & Wellness Annual Report 2017 • An Appointment Missed by You is an Appointment Missed by Two • DRSi Newsletter - The Reporter Public Health in the News • NMOTC Holds Change of Command - dvidshub.net • Naval Hospital Jacksonville Nurse Selected as a 2018 Tillman Scholar - Navy.mil • Military Doctors Conduct Infectious Training in Panama - Health.mil NMCPHC Upcoming Training...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, Panama, Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Nurse Corps, Navy...
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Marine Corps Systems Command's Office of Public Affairs and Communication
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By Matt Gonzales, MCSC Office of Public Affairs and Communication  | Marine Corps Systems Command | March 24, 2020 MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. -- The University of California San Diego Medical Center has requested Marine Corps Systems Command’s assistance to help medical professionals as they deal with the evolving crisis of COVID-19. On March 16, Dr. Sidney Merritt, an anesthesiologist at UCSD Medical Center, contacted MCSC’s Advanced Manufacturing Operations Cell requesting...
Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19, respirators
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates  Safety Toolbox  Quick Hit - Don’t Stress the PCS  Quick Hit - CCHE Toolbox  NEPMU - 5 Receives Blue H Award Seventh Year in a Row  DRSi Newsletter – The Reporter Public Health in the News  Breaking Down Anxiety One Fear at a Time – Health.mil  USNS Mercy Arrives in Japan for Port Calls – Navy.mil  Military Doctors Conduct Infectious Training in Panama – Health.mil NMCPHC Upcoming Training & Conferences  July 26: Health Promotion and...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, Panama
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates  Men’s Health Toolbox  Quick Hit – April Showers Bring May Flowers…and Mosquitoes  Syphilis Fact Sheet  DRSi Newsletter – The Reporter Public Health in the News  NECE’s Project Sea Raven Delivers Cutting-Edge Pathogen Detection Technology to the Fleet – DVIDS  Large-Scale Exercise Test Norfolk Naval Shipyard’s Ability to Prepare for, Respond to Major Hurricane – Navy.mil  Years in the Making: How the Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease can be...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU, syphilis
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates Physical Fitness Toolbox Quick Hit – Interact with Your Health HPW Infographic – Take the Pressure Off DRSi Newsletter – The Reporter Public Health in the News Public Health Center Launches Online Chronic Condition Library – DVIDS Sexual Health: Be Safe! Be Smart! Be Informed! – Navy.mil Navy Audiologist Contributes to Pacific Partnership – Health.mil NMCPHC Upcoming Training & Conferences Health Promotion and Wellness (HPW) Trainings...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates  Sexual Health Toolbox  Chronic Condition Health Education Toolbox  DOEHRS-IH Environmental Health Module Instructions  Electronic Deployment Health Assessment (EDHA) User Trifold  DRSi Newsletter – The Reporter Public Health in the News  Public Health Center Contributes to Community Preventive Services Task Force Annual Report to Congress – DVIDS  Sailors Employ Preventive Medicine to Save Lives in Honduras – Defense.gov  Now Hear This: A U.S. Navy...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates  Annual Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Conference  Healthy Eating Toolbox  NMCPHC Workplace Health Risk Assessment (HRA) – What You Need to Know  Blue H Start-Up Tips  HPW Infographic: Take the Pressure Off  Quick Reference Checklist for ESSENCE Registration  DRSi Newsletter – The Reporter Public Health in the News  Navy Medicine Draws from the Past to Outline the Future of Battlefield Medical Care – DVIDS  Focus on Prevention…Not the Cure...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU
US Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Office of Medical History Collection
Mar 25, 2020 U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center
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NMCPHC Updates  Save the Date: The Public Health Conference is Back!  Heart Health Toolbox  Quick Hit – Readiness Resolutions  ESSENCE Registration Guide  Risk Communication Primer Overview  DRSi Newsletter – The Reporter Public Health in the News  Preventive Medicine Unit Supports USAFRICOM Trilateral Medical Exchange in Angola, First-Ever for U.S. – DVIDS  Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit Two Celebrated National Blood Donor Month – DVIDS  The...
Topics: Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, NEPMU